Your title says IE 5/6 is not supported.wolfden wrote:You welcome to your opinion, but do not assume it's hurting any one.
As in a finite statement that will make most people(since IE has predominant market share) look elsewhere. You are only hurting yourself since this is a young project.
I've sold OpenBSD based security appliances in the past and clients have been more than happy to use whatever browser they please to access the web GUI.
Pleasing your customer is how you sell your product.
Pushing the visitor around this way is a good way to hurt a new project.
Why not take the higher road here?wolfden wrote:There is millions of websites out there and there is plenty of IE only sites, is that fair?
You have the opportunity to show you're better than those millions of websites.
That link I posted to the AnyBrowser campaign shows a good example of forward thinking. If you want your clients to think you're above the fold and you produce a unique product (I.E. Not based on petty personal preferences), show that you don't think like millions of other web masters.
Actually you're going on a "prissy trip" as you put it against IE on your own site... Which is much worse.wolfden wrote:I'm not going to go on a prissy trip against sites that are IE only. I can choose to avoid the site or use IE, it's not that big of a deal.
As I said in my second post, there's nothing wrong with the truth.wolfden wrote:There is nothing wrong with making a statement.
It's a matter of how you present it.
You ask for promotions(donations) from your visitos, but you call them insane for using Windows and IE?
People judge products on first impressions ONLY.
Yes, it's a harsh fact, but that's also the truth. And that header makes a terrible first impression.
Ask anyone who's been in marketing for more than a day, and they would tell you insulting the visitor is a good way to lose your customer base.
There may be thousands of other Linux Distros.
If this one website matches a million others, then what makes this unique?